Tag Archives: Barron’s

The Interest Rate Paradox In Emerging Markets

In advanced economies, interest rates fall during recessions as investors replace risky assets such as stocks with safe assets such as bonds and cash. This makes fiscal stimulus easier. Everywhere else, recessions create fears of debt default or debt monetization … Continue reading

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Mag Cover of the Day

Facebook under fire, Stephanie Pomboy on the next crash, Shiller's new bond idea, and more: Here's our latest issue: pic.twitter.com/oblMTgA4bH — Barron's (@barronsonline) March 24, 2018

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China in Bull Market

Barron’s is reporting the seven year bear market in China is over as stocks have rallied 20 percent off their March lows. Francis Cheung, China strategist for CLSA in Hong Kong, notes that other factors are channeling money toward China. … Continue reading

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